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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME J.ETHBKIDGE. ALBERT A. MONDAY, JULY 27, 1914 NUMBER 191 _ __ t _ _ _ 1 --L _ ___ __ ____ AUSTRIA DECLARES SHE WUJ.MOVE TROOPS TOMORROW London, July to the "ihocking occurrence in Dublin" yeiterdax, John E- Rtdmond, the Irish Nationally leader put It, wni demanded 1m mediately' after the opening of of the Houle of Com- today. Mr. Rtdmond wai diiiatltfled with the meagre In- formation him that he mov- adjournment of the Home in ordsr to debate the matter. Auguttint Blrrell, Chief Secre- tary for Ireland, threw the blame for y.aterday't conflict on the AlKttint Police Ccmmitaionir, who, he said, had requliltloned this military entirely on his 'own responsibility. Nationalist members said he '.'ought to b. hanged." matter will be debated In the House tonight Demand Removal of.BaUalion t Dublin, July Lord of Dublin today demanded, in the inter- est ot the peace ft the city, that the f tie Scottish Borderers be the barracks Indicated that prepaiations were be_ Inz made to send the regiment else The sates of the bairnclis neie guarded bv a slrong force of. police. The Clash Dublin, July 27.f-Dllblin and the greater part of Catholic Ireland was In a .state of greatest excitement to- day p'rer yesterday's conflict between Uie .regular troops of the British and the Irish Nationalists, which resulted in the killing of four persons and the wounding of many others. Forty ot the -wounded still hospitals today in a serious condition. Day. dawned .before the police suc- ceeded in dispersing the crowds marching through the streets singing patriotic soiiESj.and looking for sol- fliers ot the 2nd Battalion of tho King's Own Scottish Borderers, on whom to Inflict vengeance for. the fatal events of yesterday. The Borderers yesterday were or- dered, to prevent the landing of arms ind ammunition for the Irish National- ist volunteers. The crowd, finding that the soldiers had been ordered to remain in the bar of the barracks and fired a couple of shots, upon which the bugles Kere sounded, the police came and the crowd was dispersed. The Nationalist pleaders take the most serious view of the affair and will demand reparation from the gov- ernment. Oaring' Guh_Runners The landing of arms.yesterday for the Nationalists was carried out in a more daring manner than similar feats achieved by the Ulster .Unionist lolnnteers, as it was effected in daj light The jacht from which the arms and ammunition- were- brought ashore already bad: landed. 2500 and rounds of ammunition at Isolated points along the coast, and these had been distributed :by' motor cars among the' Nationalist voluu- 000 rounds of ammunition were, land ed under the eyes of the the telegraph wires' having b'eeit cut to prevent communication with Dublin. Automobiles earned off 1300 of the (Continued on Page Rumor Has it That They Will Noted Geologist on the Ground VICTORIANO HUERTA Toronto, Oht., July Victoriano Huerta, ex president of Mexico lift Kingston, Jamaica early yttterday morning for Mon- treal, whence he will .come direct to Toronto, where plans for a counter revolution in Mexico ag- ainst Generals Carranza and Villa ar-3 under way, according to a code message received by the Mexican Junta here this morning. SEGUR NEGOTIATES WITH UNCLE SAM BAYONETS SPILLED BLOOD IN ULSTER SUNDAYJServian-Austria-Hungary Situation ___, [jjg dealest Anxiety Throughout All Europe Gun Runners in Bloody Clash With The Regulars Close to Belfast FOUR KILLEDHFTY INJURED Belfast Never Slept Assumes Charge at the War Office- Most Daring Gun Running Yet POWERS TRY JO MEDIATE Whole of'Europe is Agitated-Servian Troops Fired from Boats on Austrians Ready Londun, Ti Glmimus of luipt llitkcicd in Hit (Uiik- cnccl sky of Europt.in polili Ine Sit- dissat.snction with nation Before the House of Commoni London, July 27. Sir Edward Grey, announcing in the house of stop taken to hring' aiLUic, iirta ui-tu ii. u "iiv. lIHUcIll 1IL U ill auift ail-' stllps anil -U litlgc lllliiiuer UL iji inaci a WrighlsoD Co., of Vancouver, other well in quest tor the "water atifl torpedo-boat destroyers, liad Servian i_LJiiiiiiuiio fiiv bCltll b llUlt I1- (till 1 LIU.' a'rout mediation in the, flf clearly lets it Rprviail COIll-tOt CtM Slid I o (rrn-onin-iPtii Scrria's reply. It follows The object ot UP Serbian note to create ihc false impression that' beman is prepared in {treat measure1 to comply .with our, demands. sruM v PI 11 rnsnoNi sr 'As-a niiitier cf fact, however, Sciuib note m Jilk I witli tlie spiut he Reserve joins tire property recently j before the receipt of the Admiralty's acquired by the syndicate which will not to disperse. All leave has been stopped, and that the fleet will North Sea. of coal, taken from different parts 01 township range 2, was expect laml, have proved on anahsis to he equal, if not superior, to any test made of aiiy coal in the Pass. It was only after" very exhaustive, and tan ful study of the different lands crl arc owned by syndicate. it is tfxpbct m 1 I9 cist of CON Its will be in op- the Faber-MacKenzte the Segur well the company decided to take the step they are as the outlay in the .initial will run uclt in u of dollars, besides j. I' commence boring as soon as many more thousands for the matM i can crccted. cry and plant. Besides being a ncom to the town, it will mean the ment to.a good many hands -irjun-l the place, who have hitherto neen idle, as work in general ha': tr'un very (juiet of late. The company also own the i I mine at Bcllcvuc, where at the cnt time, over f-00 uanris :iic em- ployed, and l r .f amounts to over 2000' toi it is understood proceed to th expect to he on the. Around m a j the Uc' to it The after the annual exercises, a short time. Already the Canadian Pa- cific Railway Co., have their ties oil the' ground, which will connect their main line to the coal company's spur; and it is expected that the rest 'pf the material for the construction .of the line, will arrive in a few days. The new mine, which will, be known as Greenhill, is situated about a'mite north of the town, and the sample nd understand that tie Gciinan commence drilling very shortly in 1- 19. west of Coutts. Drilling operations are already un- der' way at Lundhreck. The well on section 4, township 8, range 2, west of the fifth, is now down about 1511 feet, and the drill is grinding -night and day. Drilling on section menl is favorable to mediation in principle as between Russia and Aus- a conference the Cierinan i.o i has nt.'j yet replied. Sir Edward, who iernmenl eration this -wr-h anti the Fabcr- and Ihe Austrian Ambassador, espe- tzie dull in '2fi west of the .daily was-responsible for this im- fo'irlh in the Cards-ton district, will! provcment. of sentiment. .This mcet- the drill j ins desired by both sides, and the fact t'.iat Vienna does not refue St. Petersburg, July spite oC tlie generally unfavorable symptoms in the situation between Austria-1 Hungary'and Servia, a better feeling, was noticeable here today, as the re- sult of yesterday's diplomatic conver-1 _......._____ sations. H is understood that the j cert 01- and its consequences long interview between Sergius te incalculable" anoff, the'Russian Foreign Jlimster, 1 -----__--------- deeply 01 the .situation, conelucl I expressing the opinion that the fa lure ot these efforts to bring about settlement bring about tastrophc which could befall the Co OGILVIES SHOW FAITH IN THE When J. Hlack, managing direc- tor of the Ogilvic Milling company who passed -Through the ciH last week on a tour tlic west, said that iihovv hut add the picturesque, ,one- and-only 'it ought to be a -day, to. -write home about. The bis.'parade, directed hy Iliiffalo will .be-held in the MOVED BACK TO LETHBRID3E Magrath, July R. W. Guess, who for severs'! years CRANBROOK PIONEER DEAD Cranbrook, B.C.. July Stan- nett, for the past couple of years care- taker of Alasonie Temple, died on "o'dUcuss the points at issue is Intel- raol'ninfe, pretetl as a happy symptom. H is still hoped here, that the voice ot IJer- lin may be heard at the opportune mo- the interest-of peace. sever.il weeks. Deceased, who 'rt'as fifty-five years of age, was one of'the c'.d-timei-M in this country. Inter 1ms tellei at the of lion- j treal ami an ardent church worker London, -July v.-as.reported in t'l'p rri-slMeliu consrosation, has !today that Sir Edward Grey, British heen transferred to Lethbrldge. JMs Forcisn Secretary, hadjmide success- place here has not as yet been filled. ment took place from the English seen that the Servian government Is 'not ssriously to put. an nil tt- tht' culpahle tobrance it hith; has extended t.o intrigues against HIP Au tna momich Ihe Senlan in tp contuns such far reaching reservations anil" limitations not legarding the general pun ciples of our action, hut also in gard to the nidmdtial cKiras v.e lia e put toruard ihat the conccs siohs actually made hy Servia beconie insignificant. In p-utiiulai oui deinanll foi the participation of the ian authorities in investigations :tq detsct.accomplices in the'conspii-acy on Servian territory has heen rcjecV. cd, while our request that measures he taken against that section of the. Sennn press hostile to Austria Hungary had heen. declined, and our wish tliat the, Servian 'government take tlie necessary measures .to prc- the d siohed Uistro Phone as sociations continuing their- activity under another name and under an ment oo pace rom e n Church, with the Order of the Loyal form nab not even been Moose in charge. WET GAS IN MONARCH Olds, Alia., July fui renresentations to Germany, Italy! and France for a conference between lot wet gas lias been encountered in the representatives of those countries the Monarch well at ISoO feet. The i- Er.gli.lld on the Austro-Servian sit-1 McDousall-Segur well is iiation with a view to co-operation in 2755 feet, 37 feet deepe' mediation. iip-lo-llatc grain elevator. The mater- ial for Ihc -structure is on the Vicuna, July from -Hun- proilmi, and will proceed at- state Hint Servian troops on po'-silile hasti. so that it will it. pteamer on the Danube near rjr.dv to handle this year's crop. Thr -have, fired on troops, the company still had faith in this grain at Wilson is "in fairly good 'Aiistnans returned the Tiro and portion of the Province, lie spoke the shape coi idtr ni, the drought, and ;ai, engagement of importance ensued. ___ truth, and evidence I'd tins eTcct had (lie hct lint tlr Ogilvic pcopls ara'n ja considered probable that this is -lovalor.ianothor version of yesterday's en- v v v v v vv v v Dingman. fet. Segur expects REGINA 'FAIR TOMORROW Heginji, Sask., Juh RCcjina fair opens tomorrow Lieut Brown will perform .the opening cero- inonies. already come to hand. I rushing the i work on this clov Tlie'Ogiivie Milling compa has! speaks, well .for flic methods of eighteen men at Wilson Siding 1' larmrr" and ilso shows the.; miles to the south, at work on the fait-ii which the milling Interests have j g( peictsburg; Juh1 erection of a bushel stnctlj in this, district !CAILLAUX TRIAL TODAY Paris, July Mad erection of a bushel smell) in this, aistnci_______ workincn in the Russian capital, liei seat to STAKING GOLD GoU uas hern found in Hospital -A. cr--' niles from here. j UrSlne dlT' She had. liow- "found in H'oVpiUl two and a 'half miles from Own Archie Waller, oii local ed 'four placer daims on Hospital from hcic i They ID a tit ji-in ixm. iVmoelen Love, an in .the stvcp.ls ami sanE the lUissia.i j days. II is sain old timer of this district, who died ago had' prospected j -National. anthems.. t his gioimd and mund fo s and ek, just north of Cranbiook It is' fine gold some of the nuggets hcing claimed'that 25'cents Io the pin hanUotlh f-l this it may, the been obtained. The localion oi thclground Is today.'to the the Stock' and Coin exchanges here untll'-Thursday.' ever, .suffered from, .two faint- Ing npells'laat a result of I lie severe strain she under- went on Saturday. v con- siler I 'Since tlie claims in the Austro- Munsaiian nolr. of July 23, represent minimuni of hat is for His establishment .ol- permanent peace with the1 south-eastern monarchy, the Servipn answer must lie regarded as Unsatisfactory than the SKIU'IA MOUll.IXES TROOl'S oil at 3200, government i self is thai its is not iftcptible to us is pioied by the tniLmstinccs tint it proposes it tk end of. liote to snhiuit tlie dis- pute to arbitration in mutation which is .thrown iiito its proper linii- light b) tin net Ih.t thie' houi< before hnndini, in the noti i minutes before tile pxiiiration of. the .Umc'Iimil., the moliiliration of tht Setvinn took place SOJII'MIOJ'K I ondon Julv Hie meic fact that lioslilitics between Alislria Hun earv. slid Strvia had not begun .gave Puiopc the hope tr til it nai niav io be averted. There was, however, lit- chance in the situation and the optmuslu frclmg ms based on th" belief that the C.crinar t'mprror Mho ictuiiied tc todaj from his cruise in northeit witers, would use his inllnvnce in vor of a pcacclul settlement. jConlmuca uu i'ajc ;